Beschreibung des Peeling DR. Grandel Sugar Scrub: Sugar Scrub aus der Serie Timeless von DR. Grandel mit Zuckerkristallen und pflegenden Ölen. Das Körperpeeling Sugar Scrub entfernt sanft abgestorbene Hautschüppchen und macht die Haut wieder geschmeidig und aufnahmebereit für die anschließende Pflege. So gewinnt die Haut mit Sugar Scrub ihr jugendliches Aussehen rasch zurück. Das Hautbild wird verfeinert und seidenweich und Sie fühlen sich luxuriös gepflegt. Anwendung: Sugar Scrub Peeling mit trockenen Händen auf die trockene Haut auftragen und mit sanften, kreisenden Bewegungen über den Körper massieren. Stärker an den Fersen, Knien und Ellbogen anwenden. Anschließend mit viel Wasser gründlich abduschen. Inci Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Sucrose, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Polyglyceryl-3-Beeswax, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Oleyl Erucate, Laureth-4, Parfum (Fragrance), Tocopherol, Limonene, Citronellol
To many people the idea that 'the body' has its own history might sound faintly ridiculous. The body and its experiences are usually seen as something that we share with people from the past. Like 'human nature', it represents the unchanging in a changing world. Bodies just are...But the body does have a history. The way that it moves, feels, breathes, and engages with the world has been viewed very differently across times and cultures. For centuries, 'we' were believed to be composed of souls that were part of the body and inseparable from it. Now we exist in our heads, and our bodies have become the vessels for that uncertain and elusive thing we call our 'true selves'. The way we understand the material structure of the body has also changed radically overthe centuries. From the bones to the skin, from the senses to the organs of sexual reproduction, every part of the body has an ever-changing history, dependent on time, culture, and place.This Mortal Coil is an exploration of that history. Peeling away our assumptions about the unchanging nature of the human body, Fay Bound Alberti takes it apart in order to put it back anew, telling the cultural history of our key organs and systems from the inside out, from blood to guts, brains to sex organs. The understanding of the 'modern body' she reveals in the process is far removed from the 'eternal' or timeless object of common assumption. In fact, she argues, its roots goback no further than the sixteenth century at the earliest - and it has only truly existed in its current form since the nineteenth century.
For anyone who wants to learn how to catch a runaway pig, mend a fence post, milk a cow, or throw an unforgettable barn party, this engaging volume delivers timeless advice on accomplishing tasks big and small around the house, garden, and farm. Featuring original text and illustrations from the 1919 first edition, this 100th-anniversary volume presents a new generation of readers with expert guidance on every facet of homesteading in a very handsomely crafted package. With projects that range from practical (ridding a yard of poison ivy) to downright bemusing (organizing a potato peeling contest), this delightful book is equal parts useful and entertaining. An ode to self-reliance brimming with wit, wisdom, and nostalgia, this is a must-have for anyone who enjoys doing things with their own two hands.